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Welcome to all things Wildlife, dedicated to describing, discovering and inspiring everyone about nature, the countryside and special places. all things Wildlife is an ever growing collection of articles, tutorials, guides, reviews and ramblings all with one thing in common...increasing our enjoyment of the countryside. Whether you want to find key species, visit amazing places, improve your wildlife photography or just enjoy your local walks more there is something for you.

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Top tips for the travelling photographer

Top tips for the travelling photographer

From what to pack to how to stay secure on arrival, we run through some top tips for those of us taking our photography on the road or plane

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In the mix, what are the best seeds for wild birds?

In the mix, what are the best seeds for wild birds?

In the past it was just peanuts and breadcrumbs but now we have a myriad of different bird foods to choose from. In this guide we’ll sort the wheat from the chaff and derive which nuts and seeds attract which species.

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A photo guide to springtime solitary bees

A photo guide to springtime solitary bees

Entomologist and bee enthusiast Lisa Williams introduces some of the delightful solitary bees we might see this spring...

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The circle of life

The circle of life

I am seeing a lot of social media posts at the moment about people horrified by the actions of predators especially in gardens.

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Stoats and weasels; which is which and how to see them

Stoats and weasels; which is which and how to see them

Everyone knows they are 'Weasily' recognisable and 'Stoatally' different, but to tell them apart you may need a bit more than a bad joke!

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Moth Trapping at Home

Moth Trapping at Home

Want a new nocturnal wildlife hobby, then moth trapping could be the thing for you. Oliver Smart talks you through the best methods of studying and photographing moths in your garden.

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